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correspondent chuck todd. chuck? >> reporter: good evening, kate. opposition to the iraq war was among the central reasons why candidate barack obama became nominee obama and then president obama. promises to bring the troops home were a campaign staple, something not lost on the president today. >> as promised, the rest of our troops in iraq will come home by the end of the year. after nearly nine years, america's war in iraq will be over. as a candidate for president, i pledged to bring the war in iraq to a responsible end. to date, we have removed more than 100,000 troops. iraqis have taken full responsibility for their country's security. the united states is moving forward from a position of strength. the long war in iraq will come to an end by the end of this year. the transition in afghanistan is moving forward and our troops are finally coming home. here at home, the coming months will be another season of homecomings. across america, our servicemen and women will be reunited with their families. today, i can say that our troops in iraq will definitely be home for the holidays.
. >> chuck leavell, author of "growing a better america" talks about environmental causes and the creation of the mother nature network. this is about 45 minutes. [applause] >> good evening, how's everybody doing? [cheers and applause] great to be here. i really appreciate the opportunity to come here, share thoughts with you, tell the story to you, and i had the pleasure of coming in the past, always enjoyed it, heard great speakers, and it's a true honor to have the podium here for a minute or two, so as you know, and as has been noted, my real job is i'm a musician. i'll tell you a story of how i learned to play the piano. i learned by listening to my mother. she was not a professional or teacher or anything like that, but she'd play for enjoyment, and she was good, you know, so now i was the baby of the family, and my brother and sister, when i was very young, five or six years old, were in school, dad working, and often it was just me and mom in the house. i loved listening to her play and said, mom, come play me something, and she'd oblige. sometime she'd say, chuck, you do something
happened to fall is the big question. chuck bell is in the weather center with more on this october chill. chuck? >> hey, there, aaron. yes, indeed. 52 degrees was our high temperature at national airport today. that ties the record low maximum temperature for the day. the only other october 2nd that was this cold was back in the 1930s. yeah, 24 degrees colder than average. 52, our high today, would be an average high temperature for the last day of november. not the second day of october. outside and along with the cold, we have a little bit of wetness to deal with as well. so as you make your plans for your sunday evening, cloudy and damp. temperatures stuck in the mid- to upper 40s. if you're going to be going to or watching the jets and raven in baltimore, 49 degrees at kickoff and a bit of a wet, nasty night for football up there in baltimore. what about the sunshine, we'll see it soon. talk about that in the seven-day. >> thank you, chuck. >>> there are new safety guidelines for those engineers inspecting the washington monument. the announcement came after new video surfaced showin
to begin with a quick check of your forecast. chuck bell is joining us in the studio. things looking good this weekend. >> yes, a good-looking weekend. did you enjoy your week. >> with the exception of wednesday. >> wednesday was nasty. >> a little gloomy. that's all right. this is three weeks in a row we have had rain during the week leaving us high and dry for the weekend. three weekends in a row. you got to the love that. outside on a beautiful saturday morning. generally clear sky to get the weekend started. clear skies won't last all day long. a little bit of sunshine this morning. that will cook up cloud deck by late morning, earl you afternoon. no threat for rainfall on your weekend. anything you've got planned outdoors, it will be a cooperative weekend for that. 50 degrees in downtown washington. everybody else is down into the 30s and 40s this morning. 39 in petersburg and culpeper this morning, 39 in manassas. 33 in spotsylvania. state of maryland low to mid 40s for much of montgomery and frederick county. mid to upper 40ss in prince george's county. so great news for your outdo
we're going to war. it's "morning joe." stick around right now for "chuck". >>> president obama's bus tour rolls from north carolina to virginia. he's pitching his jobs plan, but are these new blue states his insurance policy for 2012. senator kay hagan joins us in a few minutes. >>> someone skipping a debate and some might skip the entire early caucus ets. will pressure from new hampshire nix what is already a very fragile lesion. >>> plus is hollywood's new republican elite holding back on 2012. find out why some of the conservatives aren't dirk out. >>> i am chuck todd. let's get right to my first reads of the morning. tonight, seven republican hopefuls in tromney, still the front runner. herman cain is leaving nothing to chance. he is out with a very tough web video called the facts attacking rick perry's jobs record in texas. >> your opponents point out that unemployment has doubled and that about 65% of the texas job gains sense 2007 are actually government jobs. is that the model for the country? >> i disagree with those numbers. >> we've begun to see progress all across the co
's "morning joe." stick around right now for "chuck". >>> president obama's bus tour rolls from north carolina to virginia. he's pitching his jobs plan, but are these new blue states his insurance policy for 2012. senator kay hagan joins us in a few minutes. >>> someone skipping a debate and some might skip the entire early caucus ets. will pressure from new hampshire nix what is already a very fragile lesion. >>> plus is hollywood's new republican elite holding back on 2012. find out why some of the conservatives aren't dirk out. >>> i am chuck todd. let's get right to my first reads of the morning. tonight, seven republican hopefuls in their fifth debate. mitt romney, still the fragile front runner. herman cain is leaving nothing to chance. he is out with a very tough web video called the facts attacking rick perry's jobs record in texas. >> your opponents point out that unemployment has doubled and that about 65% of the texas job gains sense 2007 are actually government jobs. is that the model for the country? >> i disagree with those numbers. >> we've begun to see progress all across the c
and topics list on the upper right side of the page. >> chuck leavell, author of "growing a better america" talks about how became interested in environmental causes and the mother of the nature network. this is about 45 minutes. [applause] >> good evening. how's everybody doing? so great to be here. i really appreciate the opportunity to come here and share some thoughts with you and tell her story to you. you know, i've had the pleasure of coming to event at the atlantic press club in the past. i've always enjoyed it, and it's a true honor to have the podium here for a minute or two. so, as the now and has been noted by jane, my real job is that i'm a musician. i'd like to tell you a little story about that, how i learned to play the piano and become a professional musician. but learn by listening to name out there. mama sans a professional. she was a teacher or anything like that. wikipedia now in the house and she played for family enjoying it. so now i was the baby of the family. and my brother and sister when i was very young, five, six years old rossing schooled. and often it was ju
the cold slow them down, did it, chuck? >> it slowed a few of them down, but not all of them. a few of them finished. that's what counts the most. clear skies and very chilly, but how long is our little cold snap going to continue? i'll give >>> a surfer in california making progress after being attacked by a great white shark. that 27-year-old had just gone into the water yesterday morning in monterey, california, when the shark bit him on the neck and forearm. that chunk also took a good chunk of his board too. the surfer's friend pulled him out of the water. other surfers worked to stop the bleeding million paramedics arrived. doctors say he will recover. >>> a cruise ship came to the aid of five people stranded in the chilly waters of the north atlantic. norwegian cruise lines released this video which shows their ship the norwegian "gem" rescuing five canadians off of a sailboat yesterday. the boat lost power and was taking on water in rough seas. >>> dorm room mold from hurricane irene forcing hundreds of st. mary's college students to spend the rest of their semester living at sea. [
, chuck lewis. nice to have you back at the table. amd frp, "the new york post," geoff earle. and we have from newsweek, dan stone. you have grown up so much since last time. >> i am starting to grow facial hair. >> i was starting to ask you if you shake. but since you raised the subject, everyone is on the table. the president called a press conference very suddenly. what is he doing? why is he running around the country saying things over and over again, the same things? is it having any traction? is it working? >> i think it was one of the best press conferences i have seen in the obama administration. it was a long one. i thought the questions that were raised by the reporters in room were strong questions. it is nice the president is challenged by reporters by such things like accountability on wall street for the financial collapse. secondly is the issue you raised. what is seen running around the country for talking about the jobs bill when nobody on capitol hill things as a chance? is he trying to create a political issue to raise against the republicans in 2012? that was the purp
is it? >> it's "morning joe." stay tuned for the "daily rundown" with chuck. >>> a test almost four years after his faith first became a major issue, mitt romney is finding out the mormonism is a huge hurdle. what's the basis for the divide and is this the real reason he's deemphasizing iowa and south carolina? four weeks in and the nationwide protests occupy wall street is swelling. this week lawmakers weighed in on the movement that's becoming harder and harder for washington to ignore. >>> and governor rick perry has been bruised at the republican debate. but there was a time he was pretty good at thees events. so what happened? we'll go to the archives. >> let's try on our children's future. >>> it has monday october 10th, 2011. this is "the daily rundown." let's get to my first reads of the morning. four years ago mitt romney was to face doubts evangelicals had about his faith. this time running even with president obama, romney hoped he'd put the religion somewhat behind him. when robinson called him an outstanding christian, campaigns thought it was a quote to evangelicals sa
's exactly right. chuck, it's a little complicated in their system but the last time an act of this nature was reportedly con seefd by the iranian government by officials in the government was a 1995 towers attack in which the justice department also issued indictments for iranian officials. in that case, i think i was in the government in the time and as i recall, we believed that the president then what we call a good guy as compared to ahmadinejad, did not know about it, but that the supreme court leader ham eni through this revolutionary guard force under his control was engaged in terrorist activities. so yes, the president may not know but the leadership there does nknow. and that's why it is so troubling. >> jamie rubin, bloomberg view is turning to my favorite editorial online page to read, more electronic than anything. always good to see you, sir. >> thanks, chuck. >> let's move to politics. primary season is closing in on the republican race for president. may be as wide open as ever. herman cain shot through the pack but bear in mind we have donald trump near the lead about fiv
for the "daily rundown" with chuck. >>> a test almost four years after his faith first became a major issue, mitt romney is finding out the mormonism is a huge hurdle. what's the basis for the divide and is this the real reason he's deemphasizing iowa and south carolina? four weeks in and the nationwide protests occupy wall street is swelling. this week lawmakers weighed in on the movement that's becoming harder and harder for washington to ignore. >>> and governor rick perry has been bruised at the republican debate. but there was a time he was pretty good at thees events. so what happened? we'll go to the archives. >> let's try on our children's future. >>> it has monday october 10th, 2011. this is "the daily rundown." let's get to my first reads of the morning. four years ago mitt romney was to face doubts evangelicals had about his faith. this time running even with president obama, romney hoped he'd put the religion somewhat behind him. when robinson called him an outstanding christian, campaigns thought it was a quote to evangelicals saying this is not the litmus test you're looking for. ro
? >> reporter: i am prepared and chuck bell is right on track with this forecast. we had so much heavy rain this morning that the roads for the most part are mostly wet. i am in clarksburg, maryland. you can see the sign for 270 north right over my shoulder. this area we saw the changeover to snow rather quickly. it has been raining all morning. you can see the roads are a little slippery. they're wet on the pavement, but not snow covered. you can see the cars coming by have snow on them. as for the roads themselves, they're okay. now take a walk this way, you can see the grass and there's snowplow driver, the grass has the snow. this snow has a high water content to it. when you try to shovel it it's going to be like mashed potat s potatoes. very heavy and hard on your back. take it easy. even our signs here have the snow stick. right across the road over there that is where all the salts to keep your roads clear and easy for you is being housed here in upper montgomery county. one thing i want to point out is take a look at the trees. they're still starting to peak with the fall foliage.
's "morning joe." happy halloween. we'll see you tomorrow. stick around for chuck. >>> herman cain in damage control after reports surface that two women accused him of inappropriate behavior and then were paid to go away. so far the campaign says these are thinly sourced allegations, but haven't yet explicitly denied them. we talk live with cain's chief of staff in minutes. >>> president obama's campaign team believes they found their groove with a series of executive actions and a new political slogan, we can't wait. it may be good politics, but is it good for everyday americans? >>> and governor rick perry may be down in the polls but he's loose and giddy in front of a friendly crowd in new hampshire. >> this is such a cool state. i mean come on, live free or die? it's like live free or die, victory or death, bring it. >> bring it. it's monday, october 31st, 2011, halloween. the most important holiday in my household, apparently. this is "the daily rundown." i'm chuck todd. let's get to our first reads. just as he had vaulted into the lead in yet another early state poll, statistically ti
more scrutiny these days. our chief white house correspondent and political director chuck todd with us tonight from our d.c. newsroom. chuck, good evening. >> good evening, brian. some members of the republican establishment may believe herman cain is in the middle of his 15 minutes of primary fame. but that 15 minutes now includes close scrutiny and could spell a surge of attacks at tonight's debate. former godfather's pizza ceo herman cain has seen his poll numbers surge thanks to three other numbers. >> my 9-9-9 plan. >> reporter: tonight's nevada debate is another opportunity for opponents to raise questions about cain's plan to replace the current tax code with the 9% income tax, 9% corporate tax and 9% sales tax. he's had to defend the national sales tax part of his plan most. >> who will pay more, the people who spend more money on new goods. >> reporter: 11 months ago, columnist herman cain argued against the idea of a national sales tax. something cain's conservative critics seized on today. cain's argument then was based on the assumption that a sales tax would not replace th
political director, chief white house correspondent chuck todd is in our d.c. newsroom tonight. chuck, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian. everybody knew at some point rick perry would have no choice than to jump start his campaign by attacking mitt romney. he did and so did other the result, a debate with romney i'm looking forward to finding your facts on that. >> i'll tell you what the facts are -- >> rick, again, i'm speaking. >> you had the -- the newspaper. >> reporter: romney took a personal shot using a tone that the new york times television critic today likened to a member of a country club talking down to an unsophisticated nonmember. >> this has been a tough couple of debates for rick and i understand that. so you're going to get testy. [ cheers and applause ] >> i'll tell you what. let me take my time and then you can take your time. >> have at it. >> we hired a lawn company to mow our lawn and they had illegal immigrants working there. when that was pointed out to us, we let them go and we said -- >> a year later? >> you have a problem with allowing someone to fini
. >>> chuck, how about that forecast? >> it turned out to be an absolutely spectacular october afternoon out there today. the question is, can we keep nice, warm, dry weather all the way into the work and school weeke? we'll answer that question and give you >>> president obama says u.s. troops will be out of iraq by the holidays and the political criticism over that pullout is just getting started. brian mooar has the story. >> reporter: the gop presidential candidates may not agree on much, but they are joining in their criticism of president obama's decision to pull american forces out of iraq. >> the last thing that you want to do is put those men and women's lives in peril. and i think that's what the president's done. >> this decision seems to me that it was more politically based than military based. >> we're leaving behind a situation where iran has just dramatically grown in influence in that country. >> reporter: iran's president tells cnn that he expects to have a close relationship with iraq. >> translator: i don't think there is going to be any change. we have a exponential rela
correspondent, chuck todd in d.c. chuck, good evening. >> good evening, brian. we're at a strange moment in this republican race. just as polls are showing the race is wide open, there's a growing movement among insiders to rally around the fragile front-runner, mitt romney, and that was on display today with chris christie trying to cement romney's chances. a clearly enthusiastic mitt romney today. >> it's an honor to be joined today by governor chris christie. >> reporter: and christie was quickly on romney's message. >> you look at mitt romney's experience, his experience in the private sector, running businesses, turning them around, going in there, telling the people the truth about what needs to be done. >> reporter: it was a case of life imitating art. here's "saturday night live's" spoof just four days ago. >> he's a nice man in a clean suit that wants to be president. >> reporter: today the real romney and christie took questions. first up, romney's religion, and the weekend dustup where rick perry called mormonism a cult. >> i think any campaign that associates itself with that
with the city manager and mayor chuck reed. he wants protesters to be able to stay in the city plaza without a limit on tents. so far no word on whether the city will actually agree to meet with mr. o'kelly. >>> it's attracting national attention. >> even catching the eye of comedy central's jon stewart. >> time for our occupy wall street roundup. how are things going among those that have taken to the streets to protest our nation's wealth inequality? new york, beautiful. cincinnati, the queen city. washington, d.c., so nice. they won't let it join the union. and oakland, how are things in -- [ laughter ] [ bleep ] what happened in oakland? listen, oakland, i know you want to keep the peace while respecting people's right to assemble, but it's hard to watch your reaction to this group of protesters with the tear gas when every sunday you host an occupation of these folks. the mad max re-enactors club. because, believe me, they start peeing in public a lot sooner than those other folks. >> did you see the look on his face? that was hilarious. >> mad max re-enactor's club. >>> christina is he
for chuck todd. >> actual growth. new numbers show that despite fears of a double-dip recession this summer, the u.s. economy grew 2.5% in the third quarter. and europe delivers a deal that could save greece. could the stalling economy finally be accelerating? there's an occupant in the white house who is most curious. >>> plus, executive orders. the president bushs plans on jobs, housing, student loans and more. is this the action the base has been clamoring for. senior white house adviser stephanie cutter weighs in on how much the president can actually accomplish this way. >>> and dirty dozen. a college football fight breaks now the the u.s. senate. joe manchin versus mitch mcconnell in the fight between louisville and west virginia to escape the crumbling big east. west virginia's manchin joins us to talk about his threat to use a senate investigation if west virginia is left out. it's thursday, october 27th, 2011. this is a special edition of "the daily rundown" from seattle, washington, home of msnbc.com. that's why i'm out here today and yesterday. big news on what is the year's most
here tomorrow. still around for the daily rundown with chuck. >>> it's debate night in new hampshire. cain is a big favorite with the tea party. >>> maneuvering to save the president's jobs bill in the senate where democrats don't have the votes is splitting the plan into pieces the answer. senator chuck schumer joins me this morning. tuesday, october 11th, 2011. this is the dalily rundown. ho closely the obama administration used mitt romney's massachusetts health care law as a model of their own plan. this isn't talking points, folks. this is deep facts. we will get to it later in the show. >>> let's get to my first read of the morning. we start with the republican race. eight republican hopefuls meet in hanover new hampshire to devote the economy. it is a state by state battle that begins in iowa and new hampshire. we are debuting new nbc news marist posts in both states. the numbers confirm that tonight is a do or die moment for rick perry who has fallen to fourth in both states. no one is more riding on a good debate performance tonight than perry. let's look at the numbers. rom
, if it is way too early, we will see you back here tomorrow. still around for the daily rundown with chuck. >>> it's debate night in new hampshire. cain is a big favorite with the tea party. >>> maneuvering to save the president's jobs bill in the senate where democrats don't have the votes is splitting the plan into pieces the answer. senator chuck schumer joins me this morning. tuesday, october 11th, 2011. this is the dalily rundown. ho closely the obama administration used mitt romney's massachusetts health care law as a model of their own plan. this isn't talking points, folks. this is deep facts. we will get to it later in the show. >>> let's get to my first read of the morning. we start with the republican race. eight republican hopefuls meet in hanover new hampshire to devote the economy. it is a state by state battle that begins in iowa and new hampshire. we are debuting new nbc news marist posts in both states. the numbers confirm that tonight is a do or die moment for rick perry who has fallen to fourth in both states. no one is more riding on a good debate performance tonight th
had a wonderful time. it's great to have you with us. >> it's morning joe. stick around for chuck todd. >> actual growth. new numbers show that despite fears of a double-dip recession this summer, the u.s. economy grew 2.5% in the third quarter. and europe delivers a deal that could save greece. could the stalling economy finally be accelerating? there's an occupant in the white house who is most curious. >>> plus, executive orders. the president bushs plans on jobs, housing, student loans and more. is this the action the base has been clamoring for. senior white house adviser stephanie cutter weighs in on how much the president can actually accomplish this way. >>> and dirty dozen. a college football fight breaks now the the u.s. senate. joe manchin versus mitch mcconnell in the fight between louisville and west virginia to escape the crumbling big east. west virginia's manchin joins us to talk about his threat to use a senate investigation if west virginia is left out. it's thursday, october 27th, 2011. this is a special edition of "the daily rundown" from seattle, washington, home o
. >> the real hu. >> absolutely right. >> thanks, chuck. >> hopefully they win. >> they're going to win, let's hope. >> thank you, chuck. >>> in just about two hours, william mcquain's football team will take to the field for the first time since the little boy's murder. but this weekend, it's less about the game and more about remembering a young life taken too soon. after the night the upon the gomry village ute team took a knee after practice to pray for william and his mother jane found dead in her apartment earlier this month. williams's body was found tuesday after a search. montgomery village usually a rival of the south germantown team says right now they are all one family grieving together. >> as kids, and as coaches alike, we're all a fraternity. you know, it's scary. it's scary as a child to know that someone that you played against you know was taken away and you know, really had no part in it, didn't know it was come. so you know, i guess we mourn together. >> jane mcquain's estrained husband and william's stepfather is being held in the murders. william's team will take to the
washington. it is thursday, october 20th. i'm chuck todd. first read of course. it's all about what's going on in libya. rebel commanders claim khaddafy has been killed. at this time those reports have not been confirmed by either the state department or the white house. senior u.s. officials are waiting. some visual confirmation of khaddafy's capture or death. until officials get that confirmation, either with an actual photograph or first-hand report from a u.s. asset they will not confirm anything. there are celebrations in the city of sirte this morning. it has been quite the last six months if you think about when all this started. i want to bring in two people here that are great experts on this stuff. steve clemmens and robin wright, from the woodrow wilson center. rob robin, you have sat face to face with moamar khaddafy. you were telling me you remember interviewing him back in 1980. this is a man who took power when richard nixon was president of the united states. i note the a.p. report, past reports, proven incorrect. nobody wants to jump to conclusion here, but. >> well
a minute. first, how about weather, chuck bell? >> how about a little fall chill in the air this morning. >> oh, yeah. >> our coldest start in six months. >> whoa! >> truly the change of seasons is upon us. you'll feel the fall this morning on your way out the door. not much in the way of fog in this particular shop but there is a wonderful deck of fog over the potomac just upstream from this shot right here. patchy fog in the shenandoah as well. the big story this morning in the brrr factor. 49 in washington. 52, annapolis. 37 in frederick, maryland. 36 in martinsburg. 39 in manassas. good news is we have sunshine out there. and the sunshine we get to keep all day long. a few fair weather clouds. low to mid-60s. cooler in the high spots. tomorrow, another lovely day. clouds on the increase tomorrow afternoon. a mild monday with highs closing in on 70 degrees. rain and potentially a lot of it before the week is through. >> looking forward to it. >> thank you, chuck. >>> breaking news out of turkey. a 7.3 earthquake rocked the eastern part of the country. it was just north of the city of
fan base commutes from here every weekend. >> thanks, chuck. >>> new overnight, a dramatic rescue is caught on tape. after a pilot is forced to make an emergency landing in the ocean. the pilot was flying his twin engine plane from california to hawaii when he road for help. he said he was about to run out of fuel. a coast guard crew had their camera rolling as they guided the pilot down for a safe yet very bumpy landing on the water. this was about 13 miles short of the big island. the pilot was hoisted into their rescue helicopter and flown to a hawaiian hospital where he is expected to be okay. >>> there's an unusual recipe brewing downtown. right now two very different groups there setting upside by side. >> on one side frustrated americans protesting for change. on the other, foodies who just want to eat. derek ward is live in northeast where it is all going down. derek in the middle of it. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, how are you? indeed we are here on freedom plaza were the sun has come up on the group occupy d.c. third day down here in freedom plaza. if
. this is "daily rundown." i'm chuck todd. let's get right to my first reads of the morning. we start with rick perry on defense. his campaign faltering, perry took to the airwaves this morning in a rare media blitz for a candidate who has mostly been off limits to the press. perry wanted to talk about the energy jobs plan he will lay out just over an hour from now in pittsburgh. but it was hard for him to stay on that message. first he was tested on his slide in the polls. >> i don't worry too much about polls. i know a lot of people obsess with them and watch them and talk about them. i'm more worried about those people out there who don't have a job in america. within a hundred days, when i'm the president of the united states, without having to deal with congress opening up those federal lands and waters, pulling back those regulations that are killing jobs and rebuilding the epa, we can do that and get 1.2 million people working. >> perry was also asked to respond to these emotional comments by his wife anita, who tee teared up in south carolina while on the stump yesterday. >> it's been a
, october 14th, 2011. this is "daily rundown." i'm chuck todd. let's get right to my first reads of the morning. we start with rick perry on defense. his campaign faltering, perry took to the airwaves this morning in a rare media blitz for a candidate who has mostly been off limits to the press. perry wanted to talk about the energy jobs plan he will lay out just over an hour from now in pittsburgh. but it was hard for him to stay on that message. first he was tested on his slide in the polls. >> i don't worry too much about polls. i know a lot of people obsess with them and watch them and talk about them. i'm more worried about those people out there who don't have a job in america. within a hundred days, when i'm the president of the united states, without having to deal with congress opening up those federal lands and waters, pulling back those regulations that are killing jobs and rebuilding the epa, we can do that and get 1.2 million people working. >> perry was also asked to respond to these emotional comments by his wife anita, who tee teared up in south carolina while on
across the region. we'll go to the weather center where meteorologist chuck bell is getting up to the minute updates. we're getting our first taste of snow. >>> we certainly are. no smoke plaks reported around the immediate washington area. there are snowflakes in western part of frederick county. upper montgomery county, a changeover from rain to snow. the higher terrain not far north and west of town that's where the snow flakes are starting to mix in and take over in some place now. almost an inch of rain down in the southern parts of the shan doa valley. temperatures right now in the very cold 30s all across the area. cloudy skies, rain falling in washington. 39 degrees at national airport right now. as you get further up to the north and west, temperatures are within a couple degrees of freezing it does not have to be 32 at the surface to snow. remember, it's colder aloft, further up in the clouds. these snowflakes will be make their way down. as a result winter storm warnings and winter weather advisories are pointed for just about everybody. fairfax, prince edward and ho
morning to you. i'm meteorologist chuck bell. another bright and sunny start in washington. under a blue sky right now. temperatures mostly in the 40s and 50s. 46 in culpepper. 55 right downtown where the army 10-miler is under way. still plenty of time to get outside and cheer on your favorite runners. sunny and warm. highs mid to upper 70s. good weather for your columbus day as >>> that's your sunday forecast. lester. >> scott, thanks. up next, beatles and wife. paul mccartney prepares to wed his new york sweetheart. details after this. cause memberr when she and her husband fought congestion and lots of coughs, like the machine gun... [ rapid coughing ] [ female announcer ] ...the grand dad... [ hoarse cough ] [ female announcer ] ...and the big squeezy. [ heavy coughing ] [ female announcer ] so this year, kim's getting prepared at walgreens with answers like mucinex dm to help break up mucus and quiet lots of coughs. right now, buy 2 mucinex products and get a $5 coupon. only at walgreens. [ laughs ] [ laughs ] [ laughs ] that's awesome. you can read that? ♪ [ female announcer ] t
you back here tomorrow. stick around right now for "the daily rundown" with mr. chuck todd. >>> as rick perry falters, chris christie equivocates and michele bachmann faces some staff departures. it's herman cain that's surging. is there a mitt romney ceiling? why aren't we seeing better numbers from him? >>> and if it's tuesday, somebody is voting somewhere. today it's west virginia. where democrats hope to hold on to the governor's mansion there. it may come down to a referendum on president obama. a democratic loss could have a more chilling effect on congressional democratic relations with the white house than scott brown's win. >>> after 18 days, the wall street protests keep spreading. they're popping up in cities in california to maine. even in kansas city. we'll take you there. it's tuesday, october 4th, 2011. this is "the daily rundown." i'm chuck todd. my first reads of the morning, today could be the day we finally hear from team christie once and for all about whether he is going to mount a last minute bid for the republican presidential nomination. behind the s
. stick around right now for "the daily rundown" with mr. chuck todd. >>> as rick perry falters, chris christie equivocates and michele bachmann faces some staff departures. it's herman cain that's surging. is there a mitt romney ceiling? why aren't we seeing better numbers from him? >>> and if it's tuesday, somebody is voting somewhere. today it's west virginia. where democrats hope to hold on to the governor's mansion there. it may come down to a referendum on president obama. a democratic loss could have a more chilling effect on congressional democratic relations with the white house than scott brown's win. >>> after 18 days, the wall street protests keep spreading. they're popping up in cities in california to maine. even in kansas city. we'll take you there. it's tuesday, october 4th, 2011. this is "the daily rundown." i'm chuck todd. my first reads of the morning, today could be the day we finally hear from team christie once and for all about whether he is going to mount a last minute bid for the republican presidential nomination. behind the scenes, he's apparently gotten all
after nearly two decades of silence. >>> chuck up with the weather. >> couldn't have been any nicer outside today. although it was on the breezy side. tomorrow looks like a great day. we'll give you all the forecast ♪ [ caroline ] i'm caroline moore and i'm a junior at warwick valley high school in warwick, ny. since i was a little girl, i've always been curious about the world around me, and i think that definitely plays a big part in my interest in astronomy. it's a hobby i share with my dad. [ dad ] once she got more and more involved, i decided to build an observatory, where we could have all the equipment permanently mounted and start observing. so, i'm what they call a supernova hunter. i take pictures of the night sky and i scan them looking for noticeable changes. one night, i was looking at some images and i came across something that looked kind of interesting, so that's when i googled the galaxy to see what i could find. after searching for a while, i realized that i might have discovered my first supernova. so, i sent it into the international astronomical union. [ dad
columnist with the hill. and charles layne, editorial writer for "washington post." chuck, surprising? what about the president's remarks about the iran plot? >> i noticed in that footage we just saw how carefully he seemed to be choosing his words. not to directly accuse the top man ayatollah khomeini in iran being directly knowledgeable of the operational details. he didn't want to go there. he wanted to keep tensions lower than that. there are people around the world saying it would have been an act of war if it had been carried out. calling for tough measures. he looks like he is not ready to go there yet. >> bret: we heard the state department had direct contact with iran at some level. we don't know details of this. after this plot was found to be tied to the iranian government. >> right. i will be interested to find out what kind of direct contact the state department has. we know in virtually every other direct contact the united states made with the iranian regime, it has been in search of better relations. some kind of extension of the hand with president obama first mentioned ina
the fridge. >> we'll see you tomorrow. next is "the daily rundown" with chuck todd. >>> hit mitt, mitt romney takes fire in the latest republican debate while his opponents try to shake things up. romney avoids looking shaky. is the clock running out for rick perry or anybody to make this a close fight? one guy who's trying and coming the closest, herman cain. he joins us live in a few minutes. >>> especially meanwhile the right's favorite tough talker lines up behind romney, chris christie makes his pick. does that mean he'll be romney's pick for a running mate. wait until you hear what he told nbc news exclusively. >>> a story that seems ripped from a spy novel. a u.s. citizen confesses to taking part in a plan to assassinate the saudi arabia ambassador to washington using hit men from a mexican drug cartel. we'll have the latest details on the justice department's shocking announcement. it's wednesday, october 12. let's get to my first reads of the morning. we want to get to the herman cain interview. mitt romney is looking more and more like the man to beat. he's picking up the endorsemen
champion eater fared in her latest competition. >>> chuck is back to tell us if we'll get a little sunshine this weekend. >>> today young competitors in montgomery county took to the gridiron as they usually do on a saturday morning, but there were heavy hearts on the field. there were fixtures at the peewee league football games. they weren't physically there, but their presence could still be felt. derrick ward reports. >> reporter: you could say it is a community in and of itself, where the peewee league meets. but this week there are two familiar faces that are not here. the last time the team took the field, there was hope that at least william mcquan would be found alive, but now the sad reality has set in. and there's just the memories and the moments of silence. >> it's tough. he was a good kid. >> reporter: he was a fixture on the field and his mother was a fixture on the sidelines, always asking the coaches to make her son into the most competitive player he could be. and the discovery of her body, a different feel of this game. >> it's about learning football skills and about tea
our political director and chief white house correspondent chuck todd. >> congratulations. >> reporter: chris christie today carrying out one of his official duties as governor of new jersey. sunday it was a more presidential looking event, inspecting the new jersey national guard. aides say he's within a day or two of a final decision about running for president, even asking some prominent republicans to hold off endorsing any current candidates but long-time gop campaign strategists believe time may have already run out. >> i think some of the wealthy people in new york and some of the conservative intellectuals who were pushing him into the race haven't thought it through. >> reporter: today, christie got a brush-off from the president. >> a guy thinking about running for president is going to say a lot of stuff. in republican primaries saying nasty stuff about me polls well. >> reporter: the buzz grows as rick perry deals with fallout from a report alleging a ranch leased by perry and his dad since 1983 continued for years to have a racially offensive name painted on a large, flat
we'll get to in just a moment. first, meteorologist chuck bell is in the studio. it's not too pretty outside. i don't know if you have many friends right now. >> no. i don't have many friends. >> you have friends in here, but i'm sure people at home -- >> seeing the kind of wind we saw blow around the washington monument. >> no. it will not be that breezy today. that's one step in the right direction. over the last couple of hours, looking at some of the latest computer guidance and new hope it won't be quite as rainy today. as was originally feared. i have lowered our chance of rain a touch. >>> you're gaining more friends. >> i went from a 70% chance to a 40% chance. there's a nice update for you there. i'll show you why i'm more confident. don't get me fooled. it's not going to be warm today. and you're not going to see much in the way of sunshine. we're not going to have as much wind or rain as we did yesterday. that's the improvement. right now temperatures are in the 40s around washington. 50 in fredericksburg. 50 on the eastern shore in cam bring, maryland. 41 in hagerstown, m
vaccine really is. >>> chuck, what's ahead in weather? >> we knew it wouldn't last for ever. one nice day coming our way before chilly, october-like changes come. what are you working on in sports? >> coming up, an injury update on chris coolly, probably not the news you want to hear and the ravens fall flat in florida. >>> plus, a bull pen blunder leaves one world series team on the brink of elimination. >>> an aerial view and a place at the epicenter of the earthquake in turkey offers a glimpse of the challenges facing rescuers there. more than 80 high rise buildings were among the 2,000 structures that collapsed when the earthquake hit on sunday. rescue workers are now into their third night of looking for survivors, but time is running out. more than 500 aftershocks have rattled the survivors there, especially strong one today measured in at 5.7. but amid all the grim news, a moment of real celebration today. they found a 2-week-old baby girl, pulled her from the rubble of an apartment building. >> search and rescue teams continue to work around the clock. working in the very somewhat
'll welcome in chuck bell with a check on our forecast. >>> good morning. how are you two this morning? >> i am feeling wonderful. >> last weekend was just the worst possible weekend for outdoor activities. this weekend is 8 0 degrees different from that. >> what's what we like to hear. >> i would call this a near perfect weekend for october. it's columbus day. a lot of people have monday off as well. >> the leaves are still all green. >> our peak on leaf season isn't until the end of october. it would be early for us. if you have to see the leaves you can go up to the poconos. for us clear skies, overhead temperatures are nice and cool this morning. 53 at national airport. but most of the western suburbs are well down into the 40s. frederick 45. mar tinsburg and charlestown and ince during up in the panhandle mid 40s. the only real knock on it there is a limit bit of very thick fog out to the west this morning. you folks west of i-95 be on the lookout for some thick fog this morning. that won't last long. bright sunshine start to finish today. high temperatures in the mid up toer 70s. sun d
for chuck todd. >> housing call. president obama goes west to refocus on the fight over foreclosures. it's an economic issue he struggled with, but so have republican foes. will his pitch fare any better than his jobs plan push? a bull worth moment. a democratic moderate is leaving congress and did so with fighting words. tough talk for the media and the president and his colleagues. why he is hanging it up in his first interview if you have been wondering what goes on in the donald trump meetings with the presidential hopefuls, rick perry has news for you. good morning from washington. this is "the daily rundown" and i'm chuck todd. let's get to the first reads of the morning. the president leaves the white house for a three-day west coast swing and it takes him to nevada, california, and colorado. his jobs bill is going nowhere in congress and president obama's message is changeing for pass this bill to we can't wait. today in las vegas, he will announce a first in a series of executive branch efforts aimed at the struggling economy. new rules for federally guaranteed mortgages to allo
in hanover, new hampshire. let's get right to the daily fix. chuck todd, host of the daily run-down down, and chris is managing editor from post politics.com. thanks to you both. chuck, you have the nbc polls in new hampshire and iowa, talking about a big shift where mitt romney is way out in front. herman cain is second, ron paul third, rick perry, a poor fourth, jon huntsman falling behind. and some warning signs for all of the candidates. what is your look at the internal? >> i think when you look and realize the conservative part of the republican party, you can measure it a bunch of ways. in iowa, for instance, half the caucus goers we surveyed identified with the tea party. that was herman cain advantage there. he leads among tea party supporters in iowa. and he does better, he's closer to romney in new hampshire among tea party supporters. the new hampshire republican electorate, though, is more moderate, less conservative than the iowa electorate. that would be the big warning sign for mitt romney as he decides how seriously and how much resources does he devote to iowa. for inst
fine. >> even without our advice. what time is it? "morning joe." stick around for chuck todd. >> housing call. president obama goes west to refocus on the fight over foreclosures. it's an economic issue he struggled with, but so have republican foes. will his pitch fare any better than his jobs plan push? a bull worth moment. a democratic moderate is leaving congress and did so with fighting words. tough talk for the media and the president and his colleagues. why he is hanging it up in his first interview if you have been wondering what goes on in the donald trump meetings with the presidential hopefuls, rick perry has news for you. good morning from washington. this is "the daily rundown" and i'm chuck todd. let's get to the first reads of the morning. the president leaves the white house for a three-day west coast swing and it takes him to nevada, california, and colorado. his jobs bill is going nowhere in congress and president obama's message is changeing for pass this bill to we can't wait. today in las vegas, he will announce a first in a series of executive branch eff
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